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  • Marco Rubber & Plastic Products, Inc.

    Marco Rubber & Plastic Products, Inc. offers Viton, urethane, Teflon encapsulated, silicone, and Buna-N gasket materials. Viton fluoroelastomer O-ring compounds have temperature ranges from -40 to 392°F, tensile strength up to 2,590 PSI, and elongation up to 240%. These compounds have the following uses: PVD, ion implant, resist stripping, wet etch, CVD, epitaxial silicon, LPCVD/oxidation, etc. Other gasket materials offered by Marco include: Hypalon, neoprene, polyacrylate, HNBR, fluorosilicone, Aflas, Chemraz, Simiriz, Markez, etc.

  • Sealing Specialties, Inc.

    Sealing Specialties, Inc. offers the following O-ring compounds: nitrile, fluorocarbon, silicone, ethylene propylene, neoprene, fluorosilicone, polyurethane, and perfluoroelastomer. Ethylene propylene compounds feature the following resistances: Skydrol, automotive brake fluids, steam, hot water, ketones, silicone fluids, ozone, etc. They have temperature ranges from -65 to +300°F.

  • Atlantic Rubber Co., Inc.

    Atlantic Rubber Co., Inc. offers the following O-ring materials: Hypalon, Aflas, perfluoroelastomer, Teflon, neoprene, Viton, fluorosilicone, silicone, ethylene-propylene, and Buna-N. Viton O-ring materials survive temperatures up to 450°F, and they have hardness ratings ranging from 55 to 90. Buna-N materials have a hardness range from 40 to 95A and petroleum-based fluid sealing from -50 to +275°F.

  • Superior Seals & Service

    Superior Seals & Service offers the following O-ring materials: aflas, Buna-N, EPDM, fluorocarbon, neoprene, silicone, and PTFE-FE. Neoprene polymer materials are ideal for weathering, ozone, oil, air conditioning refrigerants, and Freon materials. They have basic service temperature service ranges from -65 to 250°F.

  • Maryland Metrics

    Maryland Metrics offers NBR 70, EPDM 70, HNBR 70, MVQ 70, and FKM 75 O-Ring materials. HNBR 70 materials have resistances to high temperature aging, ozone, and water. They are ideal for high or low temperatures and are ideal for applications requiring contact with oils/fuels.

  • Columbia Engineered Rubber, Inc.

    Columbia Engineered Rubber, Inc. offers the following O-ring materials: nitrile, HNBR, EPDM, fluorocarbon, neoprene, butyl, fluorosilicone, silicone, polyacrylate, SBR, and natural rubber. These compounds range in temperature from -75 to 480°F, and they come in both custom and standard sizes. They can handle a wide range of pressures and chemical exposures.